With the busy July 4 travel weekend coming up, one Orlando-based company is hoping to ease travelers' frustrations — that is, if your flight gets canceled.
Bahama Breeze is trading a margarita flight for a canceled airline flight. The “Flight for a Flight” promotion will take place July 1-8. Guests receive a free margarita flight with proof of a canceled airline flight.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Transportation, nearly 4% of flights last year were canceled. So far, this year, 1.65% of 1.62 million flights have been reported as canceled.
The Bahama Breeze promotion includes all Florida locations except the one in the Orlando International Airport, according to a press release. The brand has locations across the region including in Brandon, Fort Myers, Lutz and Tampa.
The flight features three ounce-servings of the brand’s classic, dragon fruit, and coconut-pineapple margaritas. The Caribbean-inspired restaurant has 42 locations across the U.S.